Gibbon Flowline

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The Flowline features flat webbing with a low stretch and high strength to make for easy setup.NOTE: Length listed (60ft) is the distance between the two loopsNOTE: Length listed (60ft) is the distance between the two loopsKit Includes: 2 ratchets with safety lock designed specifically for use with any Gibbon 1-inch slacklineRubber coated print for extra grip and flat webbing provides 10% more stretchMax Strength: 6720lbsItem SpecificationsWidth1insLength720insDefined ColorYellow

- Mountains Plus

On Sale. Free Shipping. Gibbon 1-Inch Flowline Slackline Kit The SPECS Width: 1in. Maximum Strength: 6,720 lbs Stretch: 8-10% Flat webbing Rubber coated print for extra grip Sold by the foot, max length 490 feet ALL CLIMBING SALES ARE FINAL.

- Moosejaw

CLOSEOUTS . Improve your balance skills and strengthen your core with Gibbon Slacklinesand#39; Flowline Double Ratchet kit. The 1andquot; wide slackline comes with two ratchets for quick and easy setup. Available Colors: SEE PHOTO.

- Sierra Trading Post

Gibbon made the Flowline Slackline with very little stretch, so you can run it across longer distances with much less sag than you'd find in traditional climbing webbing. This makes the Flowline an ideal choice for long lines where sag is a problem, like that 90-footer that you put up in the park. In addition to being very static, the Gibbon Flowline also includes rubberize print for extra grip and more control on your walk.

- Backcountry.com

The Gibbon Flowline is the ideal longline. With a maximum tensile strength of 3 tons and a stretch factor of 8-10% yet not too heavy it allows an easy and not to high setup even at greater distances. Like on the Proline the rubber coated print on the Flowline gives you better grip even in more humid conditions. Go with the Flow!!

- CampSaver.com

Gibbon Flowline

previously retailed for:
$61.75 - $95.00

The Gibbon Flowline is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen December 18, 2014 at Mountains Plus.

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